February 2, 2020

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Liz Lund, owner of Underground Dance Company, stops by to share how combats the norms of dance by teaching her students that their mental and physical health is more important than perfection on the dance floor. Liz talks about using practices such as age-appropriate dance moves and costumes, antibullying talks, and developing lasting rapport with her students and their parents in order to help them develop into confident dancers and people. Renise also shares her experience as a child dancer, how being bullied caused her to quit, and how the way U.D.C. does dance has changed a negative perspective about the dance world.

June 19, 2019

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Underground Dance Company (UDC) is a dance company based out of Orange County, California. They take pride in educating their students about their physical health by teaching them proper techniques and the right way to care for an injury.

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March 5, 2019

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In 2005, I underwent my first ACL surgery. To say the very least, the surgery was UNSUCCESSFUL. Due to a doctor’s poor judgment, it took less than an hour for me to go from preparing for a half marathon to being bedridden and permanently disabled. I have spent every day, since, in pain.

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February is Heart Month

Obesity, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, and Smoking are all contributing risk factors of heart disease. Heart disease often presents itself differently in men and women. African-American women can exhibit symptoms differently than any other group, which can cause their symptoms to be misdiagnosed or even ignored. Eating heart-healthy foods and living an active lifestyle can help reduce your risk of heart disease.

For More information:

www.heart.org
www.womenheart.org

February is Heart Month

Obesity, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, and Smoking are all contributing risk factors of heart disease. Heart disease often presents itself differently in men and women. African-American women can exhibit symptoms differently than any other group, which can cause their symptoms to be misdiagnosed or even ignored. Eating heart-healthy foods and living an active lifestyle can help reduce your risk of heart disease.

For More information:

www.heart.org
www.womenheart.org

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Knowledge.

Community.

Empowerment.

PatientKnowlogy is a community where EVERYONE is welcomed to share their health journeys, ask questions, and gain knowledge. The goal of PatientKnowlogy is to educate patients and connect them with industry professionals who will be sharing tips, tools, resources, and knowledge that will empower patients to take control of their health.

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